The Chief Executive Officer of Stratcomm Africa, Ms. Esther Amba Numaba Cobbah was on Saturday, given an award by her Alma Mater, Wesley Girls’ High School (Wey Gey Hey), for her achievements.
Ms. Cobbah was awarded alongside three other old girls of the school; during the 177th Speech and Prize-Giving Day ceremony.
Mrs. Betty Djokoto, Headmistress of the School in a citation said, ‘You have made the school proud, by your achievements… Having come this far by the Grace of God, it is inspiring and motivating for the present generation to know and understand what it takes for one to attain such heights’.
A statement issued by Linda Mireku, Stratcomm Africa’s Corporate Services Officer and copied to the Ghana News Agency said the Speech and Prize-Giving Day was on the theme, “A Value-Based Education for Sustainable National Development”.
The Minister of Education, Prof. Naana Jane Opoku Agyemang was the Guest of Honour, Mrs. Peace Ayisi Okyere, Former Executive Director of the African Development Bank was the Guest Speaker, while Ms. Gladys Botchway, a lawyer chaired the function, all being old girls of the school.
The statement recounted that last year; Ms. Esther Cobbah was adjudged the Chartered Institute of Marketing Ghana – Marketing Woman of the year 2012 and the Outstanding Corporate Woman of the year At the Ghana Women’s Awards.
She had previously received other awards including ‘Achiever In Entrepreneurship and the Corporate World from Global Women Entrepreneurs and Best Entrepreneur – Media Communication Award – 2010 from Entrepreneurs Foundation of Ghana.
Strategic Communications Africa Ltd., (Stratcomm Africa), the organisation she heads has received several awards, including second Association of Ghana Industries – Awards 2013 – Business Promotion and Consulting Services Company of the year – November 2013, African Business Star Quality Awards 2013 – For Excellent Communications and Advertising Services – August 13 and the Christian Company of The Year – 2008.
Ms. Cobbah was a Senior Prefect at Wesley Girls High School. She says, “God is the Lifter of my head and I give him all the Glory. I will continue to tap into God’s excellence and impart it through my work”. She added, “I am grateful to this school that taught me to Live Pure, Speak True, Right Wrong and Follow the King. Living by this motto brings amazing results and rewards.
Stratcomm Africa is 20 this year and stakeholders can look forward to even more excellent and innovative delivery from us,” the statement concluded.